Faymous Productions has announced that it will be showcasing “Camille,” which it has dubbed as a night of opera, contemporary art, and celebration.
Set for April 13, 2019 at The Box in New York City, the performance will include NOISE client Michele Abboud painting live to performances of Verdi’s “La Traviata.” The proceeds from the performance are aimed at benefitting Sing For Hope, an organization activating creativity in schools, hospitals, refugee camps, and public spaces for millions of people worldwide.
The performance will feature Inna Dukach as Violetta, Roy Hage as Alfredo, and Paul La Rosa as Germont. Other cast members include Emily Misch, Terrance Chin-Joy, Jessica Fishenfeld, Alaysha Fox, Jorell Williams, and Maya Yahav Gour.
Dukach is coming off performances of “Les Contes d’Hoffmann” at the Nashville Opera and will be a soloist in “The Bells” with the Portland Symphony Orchestra in May.
Hage recently appeared in Mozart’s Requiem with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, while La Rosa recently appeared in Opera Fusion’s “Don Pasquale.”